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First Visit:  6-8 weeks

  • Wellness exam
  • 1st Distemper/Parvo vaccine
  • Fecal test and/or Dewormer
  • Start flea and heartworm prevention
  • Return in 3 weeks for next vaccines

Second Visit: 9-11 weeks

  • 2nd Distemper/Parvo vaccine
  • Intra-trac 3 (bordetella) vaccine
  • Fecal test and/or Dewormer
  • Return in 3 weeks for next vaccines

Third Visit:  12-14 weeks

  • 3rd Distemper/Parvo with Lepto* vaccine  
  • Fecal test and/or Dewormer
  • Return in 3 weeks for final vaccines

Fourth Visit:  15-17 weeks

  • Final Distemper/Parvo with Lepto* vaccine  
  • Rabies vaccine
  • Fecal test and/or Dewormer
  • Schedule appointment for spay or neuter!
  • Return in 1 year for annual exam, heartworm test, and vaccinations

* Lepto vaccine is recommended for all dogs except those under 8 pounds or dogs with a history of vaccine reactions.

Remember: 

  • Spay or neuter your dog at around 6 months of age
  • Switch to adult dog food at 6 months of age, and start measuring amounts twice daily
  • Your puppy must get monthly flea and heartworm prevention every 30 days, all year round, for the lifetime of your pet.  Even if your pet lives indoors!
  • Booster vaccines (Rabies, Distemper/Parvo/Lepto, and bordetella) once a year
  • Heartworm and Intestinal Parasite testing once a year. 
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First Visit:  6-8 weeks

  • Wellness exam
  • FeLV/FIV combo blood test
  • 1st FVRCP vaccine
  • Fecal test and/or Dewormer
  • Start flea and heartworm prevention
  • Return in 3 weeks for next vaccines

Second Visit: 9-11 weeks

  • 2nd FVRCP vaccine
  • 1st Feline Leukemia* vaccine
  • Fecal test and/or Dewormer, if needed
  • Return in 3 weeks for next vaccines

Third Visit:  12-14 weeks

  • 3rd FVRCP vaccine
  • 2nd Feline Leukemia* vaccine
  • Fecal test and/or Dewormer, if needed
  • Return in 3 weeks for final vaccines

Fourth Visit:  15-17 weeks

  • Rabies vaccine
  • Fecal test and/or Dewormer, if needed
  • Schedule appointment for spay or neuter!
  • Return in 1 year for annual exam and vaccinations

* Feline Leukemia vaccine is recommended for all cats, even if they live strictly indoors.

Remember: 

  • Spay or neuter your kitten at around 6 months of age.
  • Switch to adult cat food at 12 months of age, and start measuring amounts twice daily.
  • Your kitten should be on a flea and heartworm preventative YEAR ROUND for the lifetime of your pet. (Even if your cat never goes outside!)
  • Booster vaccines (Rabies, Feline Upper Respiratory and Leukemia) once a year.
  • Intestinal Parasite testing once a year.
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